The Anti-Marxist Elitism of J. Sakai’s ‘Settlers’

J. Sakai offers an anti-worker analysis of revolution. Fred Hampton offered us an alternative we must learn from.

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In the late 1960s, Chicago Black Panthers and Confederate Flag-wielding Young Patriots united to uplift the working class through a multi-racial coalition.
Soviet Workers Commemorate the October Revolution in 1938
Soviet Workers Commemorate the October Revolution in 1938
Soviet Workers Commemorate the October Revolution, 1938.
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“Long Live the Great Unity of all Nationalities”, 1960
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The CPUSA marches in front of the White House in the 1930s
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Fred Hampton and Mark Clark were murdered by the CPD and the FBI in 1969.
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Black Panthers and Confederate Flag-Clad Young Patriots at a demonstration.
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